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Junior20

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I think they are mounted to the triangle brackets because of how many homes are connected to the pole to make sure there is enough capacity. I’ll let you guys know once I’m live, It will probably be a year 😂
they have started putting cbts on the street behind me, they are not on the same metal looking bracket yours are on though, its like a flat square, might be on my street soon, one can hope haha
 

Junior20

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Just been on the phone to sky,



Listening to what they've told me, It won't be live until the whole area has been upgraded.



So it won't go live in terms of just 1 pole at a time.
 

Gingeee85

Pro Member
Just been on the phone to sky,



Listening to what they've told me, It won't be live until the whole area has been upgraded.



So it won't go live in terms of just 1 pole at a time.
the question is what determins the area, is it going to be the whole area around the arndale?
 

Junior20

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What’s this?
 

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Gingeee85

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bt currently everywhere with the tents popped up and engineers in them, they have done half the street behind me and dissapeard i wonder if that black box thing @Junior20 has something to do with all these square brackets iv seen being put up
 

Junior20

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Everyday morrison and OR have been on my street/back alley doing work, They seem to be cracking on with it fast. However they've left out 1 pole out of all the surrounding ones. I wonder why?
 

Gingeee85

Pro Member
Everyday morrison and OR have been on my street/back alley doing work, They seem to be cracking on with it fast. However they've left out 1 pole out of all the surrounding ones. I wonder why?
haha i have no idea how or why they do stuff they way they do, the have done 1 pole on battismore, half of corringham road, all of carlton street and only half of hestham avenue, schola green not even touched, its baffling
 

Matt.Rowley.1990

Regular Member
Everyday morrison and OR have been on my street/back alley doing work, They seem to be cracking on with it fast. However they've left out 1 pole out of all the surrounding ones. I wonder why?
Are they doing pole to pole links or cabling up each pole separately from the ground?

It may be that they are having duct issues with that particular pole and it requires rodding. If they're already doing pole to pole then I have no idea!
 

Junior20

Pro Member
Are they doing pole to pole links or cabling up each pole separately from the ground?

It may be that they are having duct issues with that particular pole and it requires rodding. If they're already doing pole to pole then I have no idea!
The pole that feeds my home seems to come from the 2nd pole with 3 cables going to the CBT's, Does this sound right?. Then there's coiled up cable on the 2nd pole, Does this mean that the poles haven't been connected yet? The 3rd pole has nothing on it other than the fttc box.
 

Junior20

Pro Member
Someone might be able to clarify, What’s the huge amounts of cable that are reeled up towards the bottom of the pole?, Are they fiber cables ready to get put into the ground?
 

Junior20

Pro Member
Any chance you can you post up a photo of that cabling?
Sure, My mate is getting virgin installed a week from today. When it’s live, I’ll post a picture. The virgin engineer said the line will be coming from the pole into the house.
 

Pheasant

ULTIMATE Member
Sure, My mate is getting virgin installed a week from today. When it’s live, I’ll post a picture. The virgin engineer said the line will be coming from the pole into the house.
Many thanks.

If your mate gets a brown omni-box like this installed on the outside wall of his house. Then it will house an ONU like this, for their RFoG (FTTP) - so rather than coax it could well be FTTP (RFoG).
 

Gingeee85

Pro Member
so virgin have installed the backplates on all these poles, was going to say bt are still going on the pole with there method, these poles are going to be over crowded haha
 
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